I help fintech companies become leaders in the industry by redefining and tailoring their brand strategy to attract ideal customers and investors.


 

What are the key ingredients that go into brand strategy?

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Know your Why 

Here we define what you are as a brand beyond the commercial benefit — the reason for being. 

Your purpose

Find your space

Here we define and develop what you mean to your audience and what you want them to remember you for as a brand

Your Positioning 
 

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Make human connections 

This part is critical for your brand in the way you make human connections. 

Your Character  
 

Speak with clarity

Here we define what you want to say, but the structure of what and how you want to say it is the key.

Your Verbal Expression
 

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Answer with style  

Here we focus on how you appear to your audience, and it's an opportunity for your brand to make a visual impact.

Your Visual Expression
 

Why admirable brands are growing and why Fin-tech branding today it's all about customers, not products.

The noise is here, and it's here to stay.
Last year alone, around 2000, new fintech companies were founded, and yet not all will prevail. The one that does will fix on pricing, features, and sort term sales, completely neglecting brand strategy. Lack of focus in that area always fails to connect with both customers and investors genuinely, which are just as (if not more) essential to the business as having great features.

 

But not all things are grey, and not all brands fail. Strategising at the beginning, learning where and how to adapt is vital. Trust is built with authenticity, collaboration and commitment. Brands that understand their customers talk in their language offer guidance, empathy and purpose are the ones to hit the grand slam.

Don't miss out on the opportunity.